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and that was the term of between the war in kenya there was nothing to beat your house servant. they wouldn't stand for it on one occasion he actually took the king of his boss to and hit him with it and he was arrested and then released because the magistrate said that was in the protection. so although he did live with the british under the british rule he was a young man. >> host: he seems to be fiercely independent. certainly not someone to put up with nonsense from anyone either on his wife or his son. on the other hand he does raise a politically incorrect question because he asks the question how did we, the africans, get into this situation, how did the white man in particular britain on the tiny island control one-third or one-half of the real estate on the planet. it's got to be something to do with technology and power and organizational skills and commercial and military strength. so in some sense she is saying the african isn't up as of right now, and it seems like this is what -- this is the parity if you will that obama, the idea that there might have been something successful about
tribe from southern sudan to western kenya. he talked with the president of the king's college, dinesh de souza. >> peter, your first book is called "the obama: the untold top story of the african family" when we think of obama we think of a multicultural man. someone of mixed race heritage equally descended from a white mother and an african family and we might expect your book the untold story of an american family but the untold story of an african family. why did you choose to write about this side of the family and why is it significant. >> when the american people elect the leader of the free world. you have to see what's happening this week in chiropractor to know the decisions made now in the white house are going to affect the lives of 35 million egyptians. i sometimes think the american people don't fully appreciate how big of a deal it is when of the new american president because he does have this very powerful influential position over the rest of the world and not just the american people. and so that's the first thing that he's an important man to everybody but to obama
site. when he was elected in november, i decided that i would be arrested got to kenya to research, explore the background. and ashley intended to make a documentary. that was my original idea, on the ways in which his village was going to change the next 12 months. because it would be the focus of news attention. having done research around that and being redirected to kenya they which is where the majority of the obama's were from, i realize that was the real story to tell, the story was remarkable transformation of a family. go back to generations to onyango obama. he was poured into a family. tran what he is the father of barack obama, sr. in fact, the president's grandfather try to guess. is a big figure in this story as you might imagine. he was born as a say in 18. he was brought up in a society that hadn't had any contact with white people, who didn't have the wheel, hats with a thatched roof and they were animals give. into generations you've gone from this man in 1895, to the leader of the free world leading in the white house. that is a remarkable transformation to happe
. you mentioned the lull tried. tell us about the major tribes in kenya and how did this affect which the obama family became not only raised but became aware politically. >> guest: well, they originated in southern sudan and i am going back now to the 1200's or a long time ago, and as it tried they migrated south down the island to northern ugonda and then east into western kenya and they arrived in western kenya as opposed to about the 1500's the time columbus sailed to the new world and the established themselves around the eastern shore of lake and they developed their clear identity as an individual separate tribe but also displeased other tribes because there were other tribes living in that part of africa before the euro arrived. when the tribal groups started to form themselves you ended up with over 40 different tribes in kenya but the dominant tribes barbecue which comprise ab who was and so there's always been this tension. now the most recent example of that was the terrible violence that there was in kenya in 2007, early 2008 where people died and there were still hundred
technology has revolutionised life for millions of kenyans. >>mobile phone technology in kenya is well understood, everyone has a mobile phone. >>and a new business funding model giving young entrepreneurs a helping hand in france. >>hello and welcome. i'm raya abirached and this is world business, your weekly insight into the global business trends shaping our lives. the business of international education is worth 45 billion dollars a year and marketers have china firmly in their sights. but not all are focused on attracting"nouveau-riche" chinese students to campuses abroad. some of the most respected english private schools are expanding in the people's republic itself. >>"doe, a deer, a female deer....." >>reporter: quintessentially english, in far flung china - though unlike its four century old namesake for the teenage sons of the world's millionaires and monarchs, harrow international school welcomes well-heeled beijing-based children as young as three, including girls. >>established in 2005, this is the harrow brand's second overseas school after bangkok. a third opens in hong
>>this week on world business... >>a huge new port complex is planned in kenya, which could open the county up even further to globaltrade, but there is some resistance from locals. >>the level of investment that are going to be there is going to be very huge and if you look in terms of employment, it will be a huge employment that is going to be created. >>the need for sustainable development in sarawak t living standards for its people. >>it is a difficult balancing act but i don't think the two are mutually exclusive >>and could stockbrokers become a thing of the past? we look at the rise of completely automated trading. >>now it's almost like the movie terminator, you've got a lot of machines in a room and they're making trading decisions, >>hello and welcome. i'm raya abirached and this is world business, your weekly insight into the global business trends shaping our lives. kenya is in an enviable position. as trade grows between africa and the booming markets of asia, its location on the east coast of the continent makes it an ideal transport hub. plans are in place to dev
up in kenya. and then, again, this week he took back a putdown of natalie portman. that's where it belongs, in the slide show. we start with the sleazy attack of president obama and how could it hurt the republicans running for president. msnbc's political analyst, washington bureau chief, an article. ron reagan. great to see you. >> good to see you. >> i'm going to let you start, ron. you are not sleepless in seattle. here is mike huckabee. monday, the week of travesty, began with this. on an a.m. -- never go on a.m. radio, sorry, ron. whoever does a.m. radio is probably looking for this kind of conversation these days. let's listen to a.m. radio's version of huckabee. >> his perspective as growing up in kenya with a kenyan father and grandfather, their view of the revolution in kenya is very different than ours because he probably grew up here in the british with a bunch of imperialists that percent cuted his grandfather. >> wow. politico. i have to tell you, there is a horrible joke about a guy -- do you ever miss saying something you intended to say and got the wrong thing?
's spokesman says he didn't mean to say that the president obama grew up in kenya, he meant to say he grew up in indonesia. indonesia, it's a lot to swallow. first of all, both assertions are wrong. he went to the best prep school in hawaii. the brits were in kenya, and the mao mao revolution, that also occurred in kenya. he joined the long list of discredited republicans spreading the story that president obama's presidency is illegitimate. that's our top story. >>> speaking of evading the truth. bob woodward just described donald rumsfeld's memoir to destroy history and simply avoid discussing matters that cannot be air brushed away. >>> plus reps may want to think twice about good after unions or going after social security medicare. our brand-new poll out tonight has the latest where americans are and aren't willing to seek cuts. and who's it going to be? newt? mitt? haley? with republicans hesitating to get into the race, we wondered who would president obama fear if anyone? we'll tell you the scoreboard and the players off field. >>> how many times does new jersey governor chris christi
. >>this week on world business... >>a huge new port complex is planned in kenya, which could open the county up even further to globaltrade, but there is some resistance from locals. >>the level of investment that are going to be there is going to be very huge and if you look in terms of employment, it will be a huge employment that is going to be created. >>the need for sustainable development in sarawak as the region seeks to raise living standards for its people. >>it is a difficult balancing act but i don't think the two are mutually exclusive >>and could stockbrokers become a thing of the past? we look at the rise of completely automated trading. >>now it's almost like the movie terminator, you've got a lot of machines in a room and they're making trading decisions, >>hello and welcome. i'm raya abirached and this is world business, your weekly insight into the global business trends shaping our lives. kenya is in an enviable position. as trade grows between africa and the booming markets of asia, its location on the east coast of the continent makes it an ideal transport hub
back his claim that president obama grew up in kenya. again this week, he took back a putdown of natalie portman. that's where it belongs, in "the side show." >>> we start with the sleazy attack on president obama and how it could hurt republicans running for president. the washington bureau chief, ron reagan. great to see you. >> good to see you too, chris. >> wonderful commentator. start with -- you're not "sleepless in seattle." here it goes. mike huckabee, monday, the week of travesty began with this. on an a.m. radio -- i never go on a.m. radio -- never go on a.m. radio, i'm sorry, ron. anyone who goes on a.m. radio is probably looking for this kind of conversation these days. let's listen to a.m. radio's version of huckabee. >>> his perspective from growing up in kenya with the kenyan father and grandfather, their view of the mau mau revolution in kenya is very different than ours. he probably grew up hearing the british were a bunch of imperialists who persecuted his grandfather. >> wow. thanks to politico. there's a old horrible joke about a guy, do you ever misstate s
said president obama spent part of his early life in kenya. i meant to say indonesia. his father and grandfather were from kenya. my verbal slip did not go unnoticed. >> of course he didn't say part are -- here's what he actually said and he refused to replay the tape. it was no accident. let's listen. >> his perspective as growing up in kenya with a kenyan father and grandfather, their view of the mau mau revolution in kenya is very different than ours. he probably grew up hearing the british were a bunch of imperialists who persecuted his grandfather. >> it's very, very hard to find any truth in that statement. he didn't grow up with his father, didn't ever meet his grandfather, met his father once, never was in -- and i spent years in africa and going back 20 times, i think i've been there about 500 days more than this guy. maybe 700 days or whatever. the idea that he's somehow kenyan because that's where his parents lived -- or his father lived -- is unbeliefably inaccurate to the point that you can not believe it was a slip of the tongue. >> no, there is no slip of the tongu
at the plight of people with mental illness kenya. >>> and the fighting in neighbors countries. plus -- >> it's all about being free and being proud to be a woman. >> the outrageous lady gaga finds a new stage for they are talents, fashion and flamboyance on the paris catwalk. a developing story, though, on libya first this morning. we're getting reports of air strikes on the rebel town of al brega in the eastern country. and we're hearing that anti-government forces in nearby dubai are also under attack. at the same time, the libyan government is criticizing the international force to investigate moammar gadhafi for possible crimes against the libyan people. the icc's announcement issued in just a couple hours. u.n. security council referred libya to the icc to try to deter the libyan leader from military attacks on his opponents. governments are considering other ways to help those suffering in libya. hillary clinton says the u.s. military might have a role to play, such as getting supplies to where they're needed. the u.s. secretary of state acknowledged direct intervention would face majo
revolutionised life for millions of kenyans. >>mobile phone technology in kenya is well understood, everyone has a mobile phone. >>and a new business funding model giving young entrepreneurs a helping hand in france. >>hello and welcome. i'm raya abirached and this is world business, your weekly insight into the global business trends shaping our lives. the business of international education is worth 45 billion dollars a year and marketers have china firmly in their sights. but not all are focused on attracting"nouveau-riche" chinese students to campuses abroad. some of the most respected english private schools are expanding in the people's republic itself. >>"doe, a deer, a female deer....." >>reporter: quintessentially english, in far flung china - though unlike its four century old namesake for the teenage sons of the world's millionaires and monarchs, harrow international school welcomes well-heeled beijing-based children as young as three, including girls. >>established in 2005, this is the harrow brand's second overseas school after bangkok. a third opens in hong kong in 2012. >>farthing
obama. >> his perspective is growing up in kenya with a kenyan father and grandfather. >> we will tell you who said that and what his camp is saying about what he said zp. >> we will tell you about a businessman's plan to beat the competition. it backfired and landed him in jail. >>> what got everyone so sick at the playboy mansion. ♪ [ male announcer ] america's beverage companies are working together to put more information right up front. adding new calorie labels to every single can, bottle and pack they produce. so you can make the choice that's right for you. ♪ it's easy to spot a capital one bank. ♪ ♪ ♪ the most branches and atms in the dc area. one near you. [ all ] what's in your wallet? >>> a spokesperson for mike huckabee says the former arkansas governor misspoke when talking about president obama on the radio. >>> his perspective as growing up in kenya with a father and grandfather, their view of the revolution in kenya is very different than hours. he probably grew up hearing that the british were a bunch of imperialists ha persecuted his grandfather. >>> presid
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huckabee says president obama grew up in kenya. breaking news. governor huckabee, correction, well, it's just not enough. you'll be in the takedown tonight. this is the story that has me fired up tonight and it's personal. governor scott walker has leveled the largest assault on public education in the history of the state of wisconsin. late this afternoon thousands of locked out protesters stood in the cold and chanted while governor walker gave his budget address inside the capitol. the ap reports his budget includes nearly a 9% cut in aid to schools which would amount to a reduction of nearly $900 million. the governor also proposed requiring school districts to reduce their property tax authority by an average of $550 per pupil. so much for a commitment. here's how the governor put it during his speech. >> just as we reform our entitlement programs for the 21st century we must also reform our education system. clearly, we have to produce graduates who are able to compete not only with peers from chicago or des moines but also from shanghai or sydney and do so while we balance the b
. finally, mike huckabee has pulled back his claim that president obama grew up in kenya. again this week, he took down a putdown of natalie portman. that's where it belongs, "in the side show." >> the sleazy attack on president obama and how it could hurt republicans for running for president. the washington bureau chief, ron reagan -- great to see you. >> good to see you too, chris. >> wonderful commentator. start with "sleepless in seattle." here it goes. mike huckabee, monday, the week of travesty began with this. on an a.m. radio -- i never go on a.m. radio, whoever does it is looking for this kind of conversation these days. let's listen to a.m. radio's version of huckabee? >>> his perspective from growing up in kenya with the kenyan grandfather, their view of the revolution in kenya is different from ours. he heard that the british are a bunch of imperialists who persecuted his grandfather. >> thanks to politico. there's a old horrible joke about a guy do you tempt fate and say you said the wrong thing. i said please pass the marmalade, but i said "you've been ruining my life." i m
in juarez and dress up as uncle sam. it's the safest place in the world. when i was a kid in kenya we all wanted to go to mexico. >> bill: i feel bad for the mexican people. most of them are very good people that depend on our dollars. for me, i'm going to the u.s. virgin islands or i'm going to the bahamas. go ahead. >> beautiful. we don't always have to apologize to the mexican people. whoever that guy was he was stooging. i'm guaranteeing he was asking to be paid in dollars and not pesos. >> bill: a lobbyist. so what about the unions? >> listen, i don't think barack obama knew any of this. i honest to god don't. i hate to sound like deep throat in the parking garage, billy. but what if these guys aren't as smart as we're told? what if they are the gang who couldn't shoot straight? what if the first barack obama heard about jimmy carter doing that in '78 which is stoop phiing to me. i guess jimmy carter was trying to appear rooseveltesque because fdr didn't believe in public sector unions. he did away with their bargaining rights but i don't think barack obama really knew about it. >> b
in kenya. here's colbert. >> if you think about it, his perspective, as growing up in kenya with a kenyan father and grandfather, their view of the mau mau revolution in kenya is very different than ours, because he probably grew up hearing that the british were a bunch of imperialists who persecuted his grandfather." >> now, in case you missed it, he said obama grew up in kenya with his kenyan father, kenya, kenya, kenya. my feelings about this, folks, i've got to say, are complicated. first off, obama didn't grow up in kenya. he was born in kenya before moving to islamistan where he then traveled back in time to plant his birth announcement in a hawaiian newspaper. >> point well made. next, cushing the youth vote. new hampshire's house speaker william o'bryant is trying to keep college kids from voting. why? you've got to hear it to believe it. here's o'bryant at a tea party event in january. >> they'll have 900 same-day registrations, which are the kids coming out of school and basically doing what i did when i was a kid in school, voting as a liberal. that's what kids do. they don't h
backwards. and then huckabee saying president obama grew up in kenya. he was never in kenya one minute in his youth, not one minute he was there. now he's back to birthism. these guys are going hard right, and you know it, michael. they're going hard right. >> i characterize it as they're reflecting the concerns, the issues people have out there. >> yeah, they're pandering. >> a lot of americans out there. >> here's what's going on -- >> huckabee is not running, so he's not pandering. >> why is he talking about the president growing up in kenya? >> i didn't hear the quote. he can't comment on the quote. >> you know why. he's appealing to the base republican party and the base viewer of the fox news network. the republicans who are running in senate primaries are running trite, except the republicans -- they're standing up and saying i'm principled like you say orrin hatch is, i'm not going to run way from my record. if i lose, i lose. that's frankly what politics should be about. >> but let's see how the seven or eight democrats who will be in trouble in '12 in pennsylvania and elsewhe
newt gingrich. the original source of the kenya mau mau garbage. he said his work ethic, and catch this, patriotic passion for his country was the real cause of that marital infidelity during the time of the clinton impeachment push. how can gingrich and huckabee consider themselves serious 2012 don'ters when they get caught selling this cockamamy. >>> and peter king was a supporter of the irish army, a terrorist group, and critics of tomorrow's hearings can't understand how he went from sympathizing with a demonized group to demonizing american muslims. one of king's friends who worked with him on the northern irish peace process has publicly broke with him over what he called king's strange journey from irish radical to muslim inquizitor. we're going to talk to him about that. >>> also, time to do battle? some democrats -- some -- are calling on the president to take the lead in the budget fight and take a more hawkish role in will ibia. are they right? or is he right? our strategists will get to that one tonight. >>> just when it looks like governor walker is ready to compromise, goo
tour in juarez and dress up as uncle sam. it's the safety place in the world. when i was kid in kenya we all wanted to go to mexico. >> bill: i feel bad for the mexican people. they depend on our dollars. to me i'm going to the u.s. virgin islands or bahamas. >> we don't have to apologize, i don't have a beef with mexican people but whoever that guy was, he was wanting to be paid in dollars and not pesos. >> bill: a lobbyistist. what about the unions. >> listen. i don't think barack obama knew any of this. i hope to sound like deep throat in the parking garage. what if this is gang that couldn't shoot straight. what about barack obama heard about jimmy carter doing it in 1978. he was trying to rooseveltesque as fdr didn't believe in public sector junes and didn't want to put japanese-americans in internment rights and did away with collective bargaining but i don't think barack obama really knew. >> bill: i didn't know until "wall street journal" published in the article. there the collective bargaining act at the federal level. you say you don't think barack obama knew that and he is
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in kenya. he did not. you'll hear the clip. but first, let's gets to the news, live at 5:30, here at 30 rock in new york city. >>> libyan opposition forces reportedly now losing hope that they can topple moammar gadhafi's regime, and now considering asking for foreign airstrikes. that development comes as gadhafi's forces reported will i try to seize back rebel-held cities in the country's east. witnesses in one town say they're coming under air attacks an that loyalists have retaken a nearby oil facility. >>> as for u.s. efforts to isolate gadhafi's government, the senate has approved a resolution condemning the quote systemic violations of human rights in libya and the two u.s. ships that the pentagon ordered into the mediterranean sea have entered the suez canal, that according to egyptian officials. defense secretary robert gates is downplaying the possibility of american military intervention in libya, especially as it's fighting two other wars. >> all of the options beyond the humanitarian assistance, and evacuation, are complex. if we move additional assets what are the consequen
enough. and one thing that i do know is his having grown up in kenya, his view of the brits, for example, very different than the average american. >> well, maybe it would be if he grew up in kenya, but barack obama did not grow up in kenya! >> his perspective growing up in kenya with a kenyan father and grandfather. >> no, no, no, no, no. he did not grow up in kenya. yes, he did have a kenyan father and grandfather, but he did not grow up there. this is what we know. this is what is beyond dispute. barack obama was born in hawaii. he lived in the united states until he was six. his mother moved to indonesia, indonesia, where barack obama went to school from ages six to ten. at age ten, he moved back to hawaii where he lived until he went off to college in california, not kenya, california. huckabee refers to obama growing up in kenya as, quote, the one thing i do know. if that is the one thing that mike huckabee knows, then huckabee knows less than nothing. that would presumably hold for governors. what does that mean he knows about social security or medicare, what does he know about t
that i do know is him having grown up in kenya, his view of the brits, for example, very different than the average american. >> all right, how many times do we have to go through this? he did not grow up in kenya. now, when he said that, i was a little skeptical that he meant it on purpose. richard wolffe said of course he did. it's politics, he's appealing to his base. it turns out richard wolffe was totally right and my skepticism was not warranted. yes, he totally meant to say it. he said kenya and he's going to come on and try to clarify it. now, this is supposeded to explain away his comments. but instead, look how he doubled down. >> my point really even about talking about him being raised in a different country, actually indonesia, not kenya, as i do. understand. it creates a different world view. this is no someone who grew up going to boy scouts meeting and little league baseball. >> what does that mean? he didn't grow up playing baseball and going to boy scout meetings. maybe he played kick ball. how do you know? and what huckabee is saying he's another, he's not one of us.
that his world view was shaped by kenya even though he did not visit kenya till his 20s. >> don't you think we deserve to know more about this man? >> what i know is troubling enough. one thing i do know is his having grown up in kenya. his view of the brits, for example, very different than the average american. his perspective as growing up in kenya with a kenyan father and grandfather, their view of the maumau revolution in kenya is very different than ours because he probably grew up hearing that the british were a bunch of imperialists. >> the executive director of huckabee's political action committee says the governor misspoke. i'm joined by earl hutchinson contributor for thegrio.com. the spokesperson for huckabee's pac says when the governor mentioned he wanted to know about the president, he wasn't talking about the president's place of birth. the governor believes he was born. hawaii. he would like to know more about where his liberal policies come. so if we take mr. huckabee at his word, it was misspeaking. but here you've got georgia added to the list of looking at these birthe
in kenya and will the beloved "the daily rundown" moth pad get a tablet today. let's get to the rundown. moammar gadhafi is vowing to fight to the last man as he ramps up efforts to hold onto his country in the face of a growing rebellion. pierce battles in the east and west. the libyan air force is bombing rebel territory sending forces to an oil base in the eastern city of brega. at the same time pro-gadhafi forces escalated counteroffenses closer to tripoli. we go live to the rebel strong hold of benghazi. this sounds like a full-fledged civil war, stephanie. >> reporter: i think that's what it's become. now you have for the first time today pro-gadhafi forces going after places here in the east that have been firmly in control of the opposition now for over a week. the town they went after first this morning called brega is not much of a town but an air strip and port where they export oil and then he moved on with some of his fighter jets to a town that's larger that's really become the western front for the opposition. there are a number of armed groups there. armed rebel forces.
pandering to that crowd with this kenya talk. >> then huckabee saying, oh, i meant to say indonesia. none of that adds up. what's interesting about the tea party, you have the economists that are focused on the deficit and on taxation and there is no one representing the financial wing of the tea party. so you have the social conservatives who are not running but i'm surprised we have not had somebody come from the tea party side capitalizing on what we saw in the midterm elections. chris: george will says this will skunk the republican party next year, all this talk about kenya and ethnic stuff that's clearly nasty, intended to be nasty, has nothing do with fixing this country's economy. >> what we've seen in presidential politics always is that pragmatism trumps purity. these guys are trying to be too pure. chris: what do you mean? >> huckabee, all these folks are trying to be ideologically aligned with the tea party. at some point the republican candidate will have his or her sister soldier moment with the tea party. >> the tea party people are interested in fiscal issues, not necessar
obama grew up in kenya. huckabee argued the president's childhood in kenya shaped his world view, despite the fact that obama didn't even visit the country until he was in his 20s. >>> hundreds of residents in bolivia have been left homeless after heavy rains triggered a massive landslide yesterday. at least 400 homes were destroyed, but there were no immediate reports of casualties. >>> new jersey congressman rush holt has scored a win for humanity after trouncing watson, the jeopardy super computer in an untelevised exhibition match earlier this week. holt, a former rocket scientist turned politician netted $2,400 more than watson. rocket science probably held. >> and now here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the du dow opens at 12,068. the s&p dropped 20 points. the nasdaq sank 44. taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo, the nikkei tumbled 261 points while in hong kong, the hang seng plunged 347. fears mid east unrest could undermine the economic recover rattled markets once genetic. oil uncertainty resurfaced by renewed counterattack
that i do know is his having grown up in kenya, his view of the brits, for example, very sincht than the average american. when he gave the bust to winston churchill, a great insult to the british. if you think about it, his perspective growing up in kenya with a kenyan father and grandfather, their view of the revolution in kenya is very different than ours. he probably grew up hearing that the british were a bunch of imperialists who persecuted his grandfather. >> okay, a lot not true there. especially president obama did not grow up in kenya. a spokesperson told cnn he misspoke. should he go back and set the record straight? >> he may want to go back and use the word indonesia. listening to that is like listening to jan brewer at the debate. it's painful. yeah, he misspoke. will people remember in a year, mike huckabee is still in the leads, surprisingly so, as far as presidential candidates, republicans. he has a quick wit and can get over things pretty quick. >> we'll come back on the other side of the break and continue our discussion with these fine fellows. >>> up next, a pol
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